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  1. #101
    Boolit Master
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    My grand mother made the best biscuits from scratch.
    I have 2 brothers. The last 2 or 3 biscuits always resulted in conflict at the table.
    It was easy to get a fork in the back of your hand when you reached for the last few biscuits.
    My youngest brother took to hiding a biscuit on his knee when he thought we were not looking.

    My wife died 2 years ago. When life hands you a lemon just learn to make gravy.
    1 table spoon of bacon grease
    1/4 cup of flour
    2 cups of milk

    Mix flour and hot grease until the paste takes on a light brown tint
    Add all the milk and stir continually until it starts to thicken.
    Pour over biscuits and pig out.

    Or you can make it with sausage....
    EDG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Smale View Post
    I know its probably the firing squad for me but I do biscuits and gravy probably once a week and making biscuits is a lot of work. So I make home made sausage gravy but use the Pillsbury flakey biscuits in a tube. Takes about 15 minutes to cook them while the gravy which I make in bulk and freeze is thawing in the microwave. If I felt the need to make homemade biscuits and gravy fresh every time it would go from once a week to probably twice a year.

    Llyod try the pilsbury biscuits in the frozen aisle. Taste good without that canny taste.


    Also handy when you just want to cook a couple biscuits instead of 6 or 8 in the can.
    Last edited by Lance Boyle; 02-19-2020 at 06:54 PM. Reason: Spilling error

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    Quote Originally Posted by abunaitoo View Post
    I was never into B&G.
    Probably never had good one's.
    Same with SOS.

    Well it can be done poorly. Uncooked taste to flour, insufficient seasoning, too thick, too thin.

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    It's so blasted easy to make.

    My Wife does the shopping tomorrow, and I'm bad sick. Gonna tell Her I need some Serious COMFORT FOOD.
    Biscuits and gravy for Dinner tomorrow night.

    I can almost taste it NOW.
    I HATE auto-correct


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    My Experience and My Opinion, are just that, Mine.

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